Posted: Apr 24, 2023
Junior Tyler McLoughlin went 10-for-15 across five games, including a four-game sweep of WashU, recording hits in all five games and had at least two hits or more in every game vs. the Bears. McLoughlin scored a team-best nine runs and smacked two home runs and drove in three. He reached base 73.3% of the time during the week. His two home runs pushed him into a UAA lead with 10 on the season, becoming the sixth player in Emory history to reach double digit home runs in a single season.